Archive for the ‘You Gotta See’ Category

Eventzi We have officially launched Eventzi and I’m excited!! The last year has been insane but its all been worth it and i have some wonderful customers who the site will really help. We will build on this and launch some crazy features after we have a steady list of users.  Eventzi already has customers […]


My bootstrapped start up Eventzi is now in test mode. I have worked like a banger to get this going and it will help so many people its insane. If you run events for anything you should sign up here and get an early look around before anyone else. It looks great and its going […]


Alltop helps you explore your passions by collecting stories from “all the top” sites on the web. They’ve grouped these collections — “aggregations” — into individual Alltop sites based on topics such as environment, photography, science, muslim, celebrity gossip, military, fashion, gaming, sports, politics, automobiles, and macintosh. At each Alltop site, they display the headlines […]


Purple Cow Seth Godin claims that we have moved into an era where markets are largely satisfied, and to be noticed a product and its marketing need to be remarkable to be seen at all, let alone to sell.


Mashable Andrew Warner is an Internet entrepreneur and the founder of Mixergy. He interviews successful people to learn how they did it. You can listen to his interviews at Mixergy.com. Guy Kawasaki, the investor, entrepreneur and best selling author, just wrote a new book called Reality Check. The book is a collection of practical ideas […]


Louis Gray Most of these practices and techniques are still very much relevant today as they were then, so I thought I would touch upon a few of the key ones. 1) Start with your domain name. You have heard it before a million times, register a .com domain name. The domain spelling should be […]


Twitter for Business In this post, Pierre Far (@pierrefar) explains how to kick start a community using Twitter. Pierre recently launched a URL shortening service with analytics called Cligs (@cligs), and used Twitter to build a community around the service. Here are his notes from this experience. Whether you’re a startup or an established company, […]